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of taking offer the l.a. clippers team. the league announced it will appoint a new chief executive officer to supervise the team's day to day options. donald sterling was banned for life from the n.b.a. after a recording of racially charged comments surfaced. next on al jazeera, we take a closer look at world press freedom day, a day hitting close to home for al jazeera america. hear what a judge told our colleagues detained in egypt after the break. >> and churches taking advantage of new york's booming real estate market. plans to spend the profit from pricey properties. >> welcome back. today is world press freedom day scrks we are taking a deeper look at the challenges facing journalists around the world as they try to do their jobs. this map you are about to see is very telling. according to freedom house the countries highlighted in yellow have the highest level of press freedom, places where journalists felt the safest to do their work. countries in blue are classified as partly free. in the nations in red, they are not free, places where journalists may feel their lives are in dang
, the barbara walters exclusive. for the first time, the woman who recorded the owner of the l.a. clippers coming forward. why did she record him, will he apologize and she answers this -- >> is donald sterling a racist? >> plus the explosive reaction pouring in tonight from the fans. >>> the new message from the kremlin and what is putin planning now after the deadliest 24 hours in the crises in ukraine. what will president obama do? our chief white house correspondent standing by. >>> close watch tonight over the american patient in quarantine after the deadly mers virus arrives in america. what is it and can it be stopped. our medical team reporting in. >>> and the belle of the ball. the high school sports star who stunned everyone at the prom with his date. >> our next couple of the
. counting down to game seven between the golden state warriors and l.a. clippers. 4 . >>> good evening, everyone. i'm terry mcsweeney. diane dyer is off tonight. we start with breaking news in the east bay a deadly shooting had part of a freeway shut down. officers opening it to traffic again maybe 20 minutes ago. this happened in rich monday on the eastbound lanes of interstate 580. officers say a drive by shooting caused an suv to crash. nbc bay area's mark matthews joins us from richmond with more on the investigation. mark? >> reporter: terry, a little bit of good news for drivers. as you say the freeway opened 20 minutes ago. this has been a horrendous traffic day here in richmond. let me tell you about what the chp says happened. about 12:40 this afternoon, a blue ford suv was going eastbound an 580. it crashed into the fast lane and just before the regatta boulevard exit. the chp officers heading to that crash were on the way there when they got calls from cell phone callers saying that they had witnessed an unidentified vehicle shooting at this blue suv. and when they got to th
who aren't that attractive in d.c. and very attractive enough and smart people in l.a. and get them together and they should just make babies and save the world. >> i love it! kareem abdul-jabbar walked in. if you saw me shift, a tall individual is over your shoulder! >> i saw the eclipse there for a second! >> morgan, thank you so much. yes, don? >> i know it's tough on the red carpet but behind you is barbara walters. i would love to see if you could ask her about her interview the other night. >> sure. absolutely. i will try. >> you see kareem? >> he is over to my left and barbara walters to my right. can we get barbara for one second so second? she's in the middle of something. >> miss walters, could we get miss walters really quick? miss walters, we are live on cnn, could we get you really quick? we are live right now. can we get her right now? okay, i understand. you know live tv. thank you, ma'am! >> that's how you do it! >> i have to ask you the burning question. your interview with v. steve an know. number one, how did you get it? because everybody is wanting that. >> i thi
racist comments made by the owner of the l.a. clippers says there is more from where that came from. donald sterling's companion says she has hours of similar conversations on tape. she also says that mr. sterling is not a racist. dominic dinatale with the latest on this. hi, dominic. >> reporter: hey there. she does say he's not a racist, but then doesn't make herself exactly clear about where he stands himself when it comes to his own prejudices. she witness on air on friday night on abc's "20/20", examples inclusive interview with barbara walters. the beginning of the week look very different. it was quite an interview. there was quite a lot that she went through. most important thing was saying she does believe that sterling isn't a racist, but you do know she went on to say other things as well that contradict that. take a listen. >> i wanted to get him to see what he was doing to me, what he was doing to himself. a lot of the times i would overemphasize and be cynical because he just didn't get it. he couldn't understand my view or the views of those around us. >> reporter: sh
very silly. >> right now, sterling's l.a. clippers are just hours away from a crucial game seven playoff game against the golden state warriors. let's go to ted rowlands who is in los angeles outside the staples center. ted, stiviano says she talked to sterling after the scandal broke. what is she saying? >> reporter: she says that he's confused and that he's hurt basically. barbara walters asked her what donald sterling was going through, because we haven't heard from donald sterling. and one would think maybe donald sterling's not talking to her, but that's not the case. in fact, apparently he was at the barbara walters interview or at least there at some point with her. they're still together, whatever the relationship entails. here is what she said sterling is doing following the release of the audiotapes. >> you just left donald sterling. what is his state of mind right now? >> confused. i think he feels very alone. not truly supported. by those around him. tormented. emotionally traumatized. >> reporter: she also says she doesn't think that donald sterling is a racist, but
it is new. the washington post, the l.a. times has been around for a long time -- >> mike allen is politico? >> he controls the coverage. hopefully mikey is with them. we will get these scenes we are looking for am planning on writing about for tomorrow. >> they have merged into one super cam. the last two nights there have been surprises. tonight we think we know what is going to happen. my prediction of a single digit lead for mitt romney or the network prediction of double-digit -- >> it strikes me, we see him all the time. matt drudge hides down in miami. i'm sure he does not hide. is there a payoff for mike allen that he is here versus not being here? >> i think so. mike allen is shoe leather. he is everywhere, like you said. you will get e-mail from him at all hours. he seems to be -- you look up and all of a sudden he is on c-span. he is on the mikey camera, whatever that was. mike is an insider. i do not think he would pretend otherwise. >> if you live here and get his playbook come out, what does it look like? >> it is an e-mail that comes from 5:00 in the morning to 8:00 in the mo
about the fine or banned the league handed him, he did tell an l.a. magazine, i wish i had just paid her off. it isn't the only league addressing racist. thursday's game saw brunnins fans get nasty on twitter after montreal's pk suban, a black player, scored two goals including the game winner in the canadian's over time gave-1 victory. >> the president sent out a statement from the club saying the racist classless views expressed by an ignorant group of individuals following thursday's gavia digital media e in know with a reflex of anyone associated with the bruins organization. >> that was jessica taff reporting. we should pout out. many brewers players have said those are not true boston fans. still ahead on al jazeera america, a potentially deadly disease is detected in the united states. we will tell you what you need to know about middle east respiratory syndrome. >> i am kaelyn forde at the canal in new york where one of the most expensive environmental clean-ups in history is just getting underway. true business-grade internet comes with secure wifi for your business. it also com
west hollywood and l.a. like smaller neighborhoods organizing and pushing back but these are the most organized. >> really quickly, what comes next? is there a hearing? >> the chu legislation will move forward with planning hearings. they need to raise a lot of money. >> easier said than done. >> yeah. >> thanks so much. >> thank you. >>> and joining me now for a look at other stories we're watching is scott shafer. hi, scott. >> hi, thuy. >> the obama administration released a list of 55 colleges and universities they are investigating for the handling of sexual assaults and there are college campuses on the list. >> four of them here in the bay area, uc berkeley, where president obama attended for a couple years, usc and a small community college district north of sacramento. what they are investigating is looking whether or not there is a violation of title nine, which prevents discrimination on the basis of sex for schools that get public funding. that's the lever they have to launch this investigation. >> and it's a huge issue. the white house is saying one in five female student
's personal assistant at the center of the media fire storm that's erupted around the l.a. clippers owner breaks her silence to barbara walters. he's not a racist, she says, despite the recordings not to bring black people to his cl clippers games. he broke his silence friday and when given the chance to apologize for those deplorable comments, he had one thing to say. i wish i had just paid her off. sterling spoke out to a magazine after a week of silence during which he was banned from all league activities by the nba commissioner and fellow nba team owners voted to move forward with forcing him to sell the l.a. clippers. but the one question we have yet to hear answered is why something wasn't done about sterling years ago. sterling was never sanctioned by the nba even though there were repeated claims of racial bias on his record. perhaps most alarming is the housing discrimination suit brought against sterling who n owns residential rental properties in los angeles. heavy ace accused of refusing to rent to black tenants. sterling denied any wrong doing and settled the suit for $2.7
to the best of "bloomberg west." i'm emily chang. adam silver has banned l.a. clippers owner donald sterling from the league for life. >> effective immediately, i am banning mr. sterling for life from any association with the clippers organization or the nba. >> the ban follows a phone call captured on tape between sterling and his girlfriend where he makes racist comments. silver said sterling confirmed it was his voice of a tape. listen to what he said. >> if you want to broadcast you are associating with black people. >> you associate with black people. >> i am not you and you are not me. you are supposed to be a delicate latina girl. >> cory johnson and i spoke with former golden state warriors president. i started by asking, what does he think of the response as well as the nba? >> i give them a gold medal. gold for silver. adam coalesced a number of different forces to craft a response to this stupidity that is going to take the league in a more positive direction. that is not easily done in a short period of time. >> how do you see him forcing the sale of the team playing out? he is t
't they sound racist to you? >> i think the things he says are not what he feels. >> right now, sterling's l.a. clippers are just hours away from a crucial game seven playoff game against the golden state warriors. let's go now to ted rowlands outside staples center. she says she is not sterling's mistress, she says she worked for him as an associate, a confidant. she had a litany of titles, didn't she? >> reporter: yeah, she does. some of them she has given herself. take a listen to what barbara walters, after barbara walters asked her what is your relationship with this guy? he's 80 something, you're in your early 30s. take a listen to how she described her relationship with donald sterling. >> i am mr. sterling's right hand arm, man. i am mr. sterling's everything, i'm his confidant, his best friend. his silly rabbit. >> his what? >> his silly rabbit. >> his silly rabbit? is that what he calls you? >> no, i call myself. i joke around and i make him laugh. i do things that some people find very silly. >> reporter: bottom line, fredricka, it is hard to grasp everything in terms of their relat
videos, occupy l.a. or something like that, but anyway, he said that during the savings and loan scandal, there were 10,000, they made 10,000 prosecutors real referrals, and out of that, over 1000 people were prosecuted. now, he claims the department of justice has all the tools they need to prosecute these individuals, but that the department of justice as well is our congress do not have the will to prosecute post up host. host: we will leave it there. jesse eisinger. guest: i know bill, and i believe he is right about most of this. i disagree with him about the tool's, and part of my argument in the piece is that the department of justice has actually gradually lost some tools through its own mistakes, fiascoes, prosecutorial overreach, adverse ruling from the court over the last decade, and now i don't think that any of the tools, especially oolividually, anyone t was particularly momentous when they lost it, but it added up to a significant powershift to the defense bar, and i think the department of justice has not grappled with it. but i do also agree essentially that this was a f
tirades speaks oumt. hear her theory about why the l.a. clippers owner says what he said and the state of their relationship right now. >>> violence in the ukraine is pushing the divide country even deeper into crisis. video posted on youtube shows a bus where people were warned to stay off if street today. cnn cannot authenticate that video. there were clashest this city. monita, a group of western military observers was released after being abducted a week ago by pro russian separatists. matthew, there have been a lot of statements coming out of russiaed too. what's the latest we are hearing. >> they have subject the kremlin has been sharply critical, condemning the violence in eastern and southern ukraine. vladmir putin is sending his condolences to the 40 people who died in the southern ukrainian city of odessa in which the building in which they were taking renew jersey and protesting inside was burned down. so a huge tragedy there. it's been greeted with a lot of anger by the pro-russian groups inside ukraine and by the kremlin here as well. also the kremlin saying they're receiv
a live report from l.a. at the top of the hour. >>> health officials in this country are confirming the first case of a potentially deadly virus that has come from the middle east. coming up, we'll tell you about the danger of mers, and what you can do to protect yourself. >>> plus, house republicans voting next week on a resolution on the irs targeting scandal, calling on the justice department to name a special council. we're going to weigh in on that one. >> on the advice of my council, i respectfully exercise my fifth amendment right and decline to answer that question. >> i can see no point in going further. i have no expectation that ms. lerner will cooperate with this committee. and therefore, we stand adjourned. marge: you know, there's a more enjoyable way to get your fiber. try phillips fiber good gummies. they're delicious, and an excellent source of fiber to help support regularity. wife: mmmm husband: these are good! marge: the tasty side of fiber. from phillips. when you didn't dread when youbedtime becausenner with anticipaof heartburn.itation. when damage to your eso
to work in manufacturing, industrial output. that has since disappeared from l.a. entirely, almost. >> so the boom in high-tech, which affects the rich -- >> yeah, silicon valley. >> that hasn't spread out to the rest of the state. >> oh, no. if you look at the unemployment rates in central valley, where all the farms are, it's about 13%. in l.a., city of l.a., 9.7%. which is amazing. >> how does this affect rick perry? >> let's talk about rick perry. governor perry runs these ads saying that in the last ten years, texas has created one-third of the net new jobs in the united states. you know what? he's right. bureau of labor of statistics, there were 5.3 net new jobs created over the last ten years -- >> 5.3 -- >> million. texas created 1.75 million of them. that's about a third. i mean, they do have a pro business climate down there. they help you. i think the question for rick perry is whether that can translate into running the national government or washington. that's why we have federalism, states like texas or south carolina, are able to do this thing and attract business. what is
to the billionaire who owns the l.a. clippers. for the first time, we're hearing from the two people at the center of the scandal. the 80-year-old billionaire sterling broke his silence, telling "du jour" mag, quote, i wish i had just paid her off. that her refers to his one-time companion. last night, she told abc's barbara walters that his words speak for themselves, but his actions prove he's not a racist. >> is donald sterling a racist? >> no. i don't believe it in my heart. >> have you heard him say derogatory things about minorities in general, blacks in particular? >> absolutely. >> you've heard him say derogatory things? >> yes. >> don't they sound racist to you? >> i think the things he says are not what he feels. anyone can say anything in the heat of the moment. >> espn's jamel hill has been following the story closely. always good to see you. thanks for being with me. let's start with that stiviano interview. she really came to donald sterling's defense. what do you make of that? >> well, can we be all that surprised? if the reports are to be believed, the fact that based off their fri
. if not, i'm going to go to a basketball game in los angeles. >> first of all, good luck. good luck in l.a.. fantastic news from the nba, i heard that right before i set off for here. not a lot of commentary at this commission meeting and see me afterwards if you want to know what i really think. thank you for coming now. we know that the news is just a week-old and someone running a property from 3rd street from the warriors saying how is this project going to impact my project and so people are interested and we look forward to working with you on design and community benefits and all of that good stuff. >> great, thank you very much. >> commissioner singh. >> not too long ago, we approved the sales force and actually so i would like to give a hand to the president. [ applause ]. >> thank you for coming and good seeing you as well. exciting about the opportunities for small business, the workforce requirements i'm glad to hear that they are continuing to be carried over and the implications that this has for just mission bay and affordable housing and i'm excited about the project.
l.a. clippers owner donald sterling's racist comments is now speaking out publicly now saying the clipper's owner is not a racist. >> it certainly is a drama. what a week it's been for the woman on the tape that was leaked to the media last weekend. she starteded out the week trying to hide this behind a bizarre plastic -- and interview last night. she's gone on the record on barbara walters exclusive on 20/20 saying she doesn't believe sterling is actually racist. >> from a different generation and now i am, i think he was brought up to believe those things. >> what things? >> segregation. whites and blacks. minorities from black jews to light jews. >> do you think he should apologize? >> absolutely. >> do you think he will? >> only god knows. >> he told her he had a problem with her appearing in photos on the internet with black people. she said sterling is confused, traumatized, tormented, very alone and not supported by those around him. and she's added there are hours more recordings, this suspect the first time they've had a conversation like this. appare apparently, no
is the woman at the center the troers involcontroversy inv l.a. clippers owner. here is the video of her wearing that fantastic visor. here's what she told abc's barbara walters. >> is donald sterling a racist? >> no. i don't believe it in my heart. >> had you heard him say derogatory things about minorities in general, blacks in particular? >> absolutely. >> you've heard him say derogatory things? >> yes. >> don't they sound racist to you? >> i think the things he says are not what he feels. anyone can say anything in the heat of the moment, but through his actions, he's shown that he's not a racist. through his actions, he's shown to be a very generous and kind man. >> the nba seems to have made up its mind about sterling. the league is taking the first steps towards forcing the 80-year-old billionaire to sell his team. will he go down with or without a fight? you can probably guess that. the nba is going to probably have to drag this out for years if he decides he is going to sue and not give his team up. joining me now, director of african studies at lehigh university, good to see yo
apoll jiez absolutely. he told the l.a. magazine i wish i would have paid her off. thursday's nhl playoffs saw bruins fans getting nasty on twitter after a black player scored two goals including the game winner. there was a statement sent out from the club saying that the views expressed by the ignorant group of individuals following the game are in way a reflection of anyone associated with the bruins organization. now the n word was trending yesterday with 17,000 twitters c connected to his name. he's yet to respond to the bruins. you can expect the play to do the talking. they are in boston today for game two. that is interesting. >> yes, that is interesting and another story blowing up the twitter world. >> yes, i gave you the list of the odds to see the names, and i will tell you what i checked off, general a-rod. and when i cicked strong. i'm going go a big or go home harry's holiday. >> candy boy. >> i remember that. >> candy boy. >> the favorite is california crows, 5-2 the winners. $600,000 is the big purse for the race. >> remember the boy that flew all the way to haw
. >>> coming up next, l.a. clippers owner donald sterling is in big trouble for his racist comments. he is not the only sports figure who has said something very wrong. ♪ ♪ ♪ ben! well, that was close! you ain't lying! let quicken loans help you save your money. with a mortgage that's engineered to amaze! trwith secure wifie for your business. it also comes with public wifi for your customers. not so with internet from the phone company. i would email the phone company to inquire as to why they have shortchanged these customers. but that would require wifi. switch to comcast business internet and get two wifi networks included. comcast business built for business. >>> are you a racist, mr. sterling? >> of course not. >> why are you wearing a shield? >> why are you holding a microphone. >> i am banning mr. sterling for life from any association from the clippers organization or the nba. >> oh, it has been quite the week, hasn't it? after the whole world heard the racist comments by l.a. clippers owner donald sterling. all the controversy is distracting for the team. tonight, they a
the l.a. times and new york times. we decided that this would be our topic. there was an article in are ewspaper that said it was happening two miles from our house. it is a national problem and also a local problem. i am very passionate about the subject. >> your from long beach, california. you go to the polytechnic high school. this was a school assignment. >> i was taking a u.s. government class and our teacher assigned the project as a mandatory thing. is the best school project i have ever done. i never learned so much from my project. >> what did you learn? >> just the technical sides of editing. inge never used an edit program before. it is a whole new world of opportunities. ,hat i learned about fracking something that is impacting our country in a good and bad way. how can we help? i also learned about the political process. we went to hearings and heard people express their views. their ideas are made into bills and laws. there's a huge amount of knowledge. >> you went to local hearings in your area? >> there was a hearing at a local university, where people from all o
walters going one-on-one with the woman who provoked the nba race scandal that could cost l.a. clippers owner, donald sterling, his team. >> is donald sterling a racist? >> no. i don't believe it in my heart. >> v. stiviano's surprising comments on this whirlwind story. plus, what sterling is now saying about how he should have handled her. >>> up in flames. a school bus inferno. >> we were yelling at him to get off the bus. >> a wild move two heroes pulled off to warn students that their lives were in danger. >>> caught on tape. the frantic moments after a 4-year-old girl fell into a pool. >> she's not breathing. she's turning blue. >> you're going to hear the officer's efforts to rescue a girl. and the exact moment he knew he had saved a life. >>> princes and the king. taking care of business, william and harry go to graceland, the home of elvis, while in memphis for a big wedding this weekend. plus, a strip club special invitation for harry to check them out. >>> good morning, everybody. we want to get straight to that abc news exclusive interview this morning. barbara walters, sitti
. well, in an exclusive interview with abc news' barbara walter, stiviano said the owner of the l.a. clippers was brought up in an era of racial prejudice. >> i think mr. sterling is from a different generation than i am. i think he was brought up to believe those things. >>reporter: what things? >> segregation, whites and blacks, minorities. >> donald sterling also broke his silence about the scandal in an interview with dujour magazine, he said i wish i just paid her off. that was clearly a reference to v. stiviano. sterling wouldn't talk about his lifetime ban at nba games and didn't say much else other than he would only do interviews with the nba and barbara walters. >>> in the meantime a cbs/new york times poll found that most basketball fans agree with sterling's punishment. 55% said it was the appropriate punishment, 25% says it is too harsh and 9% say it's too lenient. >>> developing in minnesota, a curious neighbor being hailed a hero for thwarts a deadly bombing attack. adrienne boshas is what caught the caller's attention. >> i was doing dishes. i saw the teen working
. looks like illness is preserved for monday evening >> : one behind good cause for the l.a. clippers owner donald sterling been banned from the nba speaking out for the first time since the scandal erupted. exclusive interview with abc interview barbara walters. she opened up with a lot about the relationship with what country >> : this your religious ruling? >> : mr. sterling i and his right-hand man >> : and mr. sterling said everything as confidante his best friend has silly rabbit. is that what he calls you? no less what i call myself. every last nearly the time she but mumbled some time to time and was issued but the elite talk about the man. barbara walters says that he declined to tehran 0.20 after a shows say he would pop up a scandal. we get out this mutt of the first time telling the magazine " i wish i just take her off. >> : the pretty good chance that use your car out to be choked out you will come running. this man parked his car for tenants to run the bank. prevalent he parked and commercial parking spot. better known as the yellow sun. the estimated attitude he has ca
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candidly, she says sterling is traumatized and confused. can sterling be forced to sell the l.a. clippers? we will talk to steve cooley and an attorney about the legal line defense. and republicans are shouting cover up. the only cover up is in your gop conspiracy theories. we will talk to the daily beast's eli lake. >>> and the search for flight 370 extends to the bay of bengal because one company believes it has found the wreckage. >>> and why opposing sides need to toast in front of the commander in chief. let's get started. >> do you think that donald sterling should apologize? >> absolutely. >> did you discuss this with him? >> yes. >> will he apologize? >> only god knows. >> that's donald sterling's alleged mistress v. stiviano breaking her silence to barbara walters. >> is donald sterling a racist? >> no. i don't believe it in my heart. >> have you heard him say derogatory things about minorities in general and blacks in particular? >> absolutely. >> you have heard him say derogatory things? >> yes. >> don't they sound racist to you? >> i think that the things he says are not what
of it. i was also in l.a. at the huntington, at the san francisco public library, the oakland public library, but i was mostly in bly. yeah. -- berkeley. yeah. any other questions if -- any other questions? all right. well, thank you so much for having me. [applause] and i'll be here signing books, so if you want your book signed, i'll be right here. thank you for coming. [inaudible conversations] >> for more information, visit the author's web site, bentarnoff.com. >> and the biggest challenge especially in the house where, obviously, where redistricting is where -- that's where it occurs, in the house the biggest challenge that a republican is going to face is from in a primary from somebody more conservative than he or she is. and almost every district that's the case. so that's what they're worried about. they're worried about being challenged from the right. so what -- how is it in their political interests to reach across and make tough compromises? i mean, i think we've gotten the system that we designed, you know, as a country. and that -- when we created the -- in fact, i'm
coming up in l.a. no way the warriors would have gotten the win in game six without draymont green. 14 points, 14 rebounds, played tremendous defense on blake griffin and green said he's going to stay aggressive in game seven. >> the way we play, you can't worry about foul trouble. it's all or nothing now. if it comes down to it, you have to use all six. >> rockets and blazers. tied with seconds left in game six. james harden, no. robin lopez, the stanford man can't grab the rebound. look what i found! houston by two. nine seconds to go, good-bye, game over, drive home safely. jaymee, the pride of oakland, wins it for the blazers! 99-98 and that's how they closed out a series! wow. damian lillard is a bad man and that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody! i'm larry beil. >> next, a royal visit. prince william and prince harry visit the king of rock n' roll at graceland where the princely brothers will both be today. >> one last check of the weather. >> pretty calm and comfortable out there. in the 50s with low clouds and fog. they will peel back and the winds wil
7s, included warriors and clippers coming up in l.a. no way the warriors would have gotten the win in game six without day mound green. 14 points, 14 rebounds, played tremendous defense on blake griffin and green said he's going to stay aggressive in game seven. >> the way we play, you can't worry about foul trouble. it's all or nothing now. if it comes down to it, you have to use all six. >> rockets and players. tied with seconds left in game six. james harden, no. robin lopez, the stanford man can't grab the rebound. look what i found! huston by two. nine seconds to be, good-bye, game over, drive home safely. jaymee, the pride of oakland, wins it for the blazers! 99-98 and that's how they closed out a series! wow. damian is a bad man and that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody! i'm larry beil. >> next, a royal visit. prince william and prince harry visit the rock n' roll at graceland where the princely brothers >> she are the winning numbers from last night's mega-millions draw. >> nobody picked all six numbers toe tuesday night's jackpot grows to $92 mil
charges against its staff and demand their release. >>> the woman at the center of the l.a. clippers arrestist comments, and denying that she was donald sterling's girlfriend. >>> a former drug dealer who didn't think he would live long enough to graduate from high school. a programme that turned hits life around. >> less than a week before south africa goes to the polls. a deeper looks at the country two decade after apartheid. >>> a live look at churchill downs where they are getting ready for the 14th running of the kentucky derby, the annual horse race the first leg of the triple crown and more than 150,000 people are expected to attend. >>> good morning to you. welcome back to al jazeera america. live from new york. i'm morgan radford. >>> the woman who recorded l.a. clippers's opener donald sterling's racist comments speaks out. what she says about her relationship with the billionaire. >>> first, the temperatures across the country with meteorologist eboni deon. do you have your big hat ready for the kentucky derby? >> of course the folks enjoying it will have nice weather. gr
details about the plot. >>> now to the woman at the center of the firestorm surrounding l.a. clippers owner donald sterling telling abc's barbara walters she believes he is not a racist. v.stiviano was originally on the tapes arguing with the 80-year-old when he made racially charged remarks. she's now coming to his defense. >> is donald sterling a racist? >> no, i don't believe it in my heart. >> have you heard him saying derogatory things about minorities in general, blacks in particular? >> absolutely. >> you've heard him seder rog tori things? >> yes. >> don't they sound racist to you? >> i think the things he says are not what he feels. anyone can say anything in the heat of the moment. >> alleged racist remarks -- >> well, stiviano goes on to say sterling is from a, quote, different generation and she did not take his comments about blacks and other minorities to be racist there. in dujour magazine, sterling is speaking out saying, quote, i wish i just paid her off. sterling's statements led to the nba giving him a lifetime ban and $2.5 million fine. later we'll talk with a spor
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this week in the wake of donald sterling's racist rant, the l.a. branch of the naacp announced that it would not give the disgraced clippers own area lifetime achievement award this month as was originally planned. however, the l.a. chapter's president, leon jenkins defended the reason behind nominating sterling in the first place, and even stood by a past decision to honor him. >> this is not like the heisman trophy, dude. we gave out an award. he has it. we're not going to renege on it. that's it. you got one question. but no, we're not going to ask him to return an award that he had gotten years ago. >> all right. so amid allegations of being too cozy with the exposed racist, jenkins turned in his letter of resignation, writing in part, quote, in order to separate the los angeles naacp and the naacp from the negative exposure i have caused the naacp, i respectfully resign my position as president of the los angeles naacp. we continue with our great american panel. by the way, we also have an update. this broke earlier before we came on tonight. donald sterling to a magazine, i wish i had
the alleged former girlfriend of l.a. clippers owner donald sterling. by recording a racist rant by sterling, v. stiviano, as she's known, led off a chain of events that led to his ban from the nba. well, she just told abc's barbara walters, his words don't always match what he really believes. watch this. >> is donald sterling a racist? >> no. i don't believe it in my heart. >> have you heard him say derogatory things about minorities in general and blacks in particular? >> absolutely. >> you've heard him say derogatory things? >> yes. >> don't they sound racist to you? >> i think the things he says are not what he feels. >> interesting there. the subject of racism has dominated headlines in the u.s. this past week. cnn's jean casarez takes a look now at how getting caught saying the wrong thing can cost you everything. >> -- taking pictures with minorities, why? >> reporter: race, one subject in america that can get you fired, scorned, and now banned for life. >> i'm heartbroken. >> reporter: celebrity chef paula deen, cattleman cliven bundy, and now l.a. clippers owner donald sterling, pa
of "bloomberg west yuriko i'm emily chang. adam silver has banned l.a. the leaguener from for life. >> effective immediately, i am lifeng mr. sterling for from any association with the clippers organization or the nba. follows a phone call captured on tape between sterling and his girlfriend where he makes racist comments. sterling confirmed it was his voice of a tape. us into what he said. broadcast you to are associating with black people. >> you associate with black people. >> i am not you and you are not me. you are supposed to be a delicate latina girl. >> cory johnson i spoke with former golden state warriors resident andy belichick. what does he think of the response as well as the nba? >> i give them a gold medal. coalesced a number of different forces to craft a response to this stupidity that is going to take the lead in a more positive direction. that is not easily done in a short. of time. forcingo you see him the sale of the team playing out? >> we would like to see a phone call to mr. sterling's lawyer and find out what they have been talking about today. next acthat is the here. >
is your view? >> well, if you look around the league, the franchise value is continuing. l.a. had a great coach and great players and a great market. and you know that that franchise is going to be worth a lot. so the amount of people and interests and that franchise is very high. and it's going to be a bidding war. i'm interested to see what would end up selling for. >> roger, thank you for being with us. we appreciate it. roger mason junior. good to have you with us. we will be talking with our attorneys here later in the broadcast about the sterling case coming up. and time for it a look at last night's online poll results. you believe hillary clinton and jeb bush will be facing each other in 2016. only 11% said yes. 89% said no. please vote tonight. the question is, which congressman is your choice to chair the select committee on benghazi? trey gowdy, pete sessions, mike turner? cast your vote and later we will have the quotation of the evening. and keep your eyes out for this exciting new book. my first fiction thriller. in current law enforcement officer, the book debuts on may 6.
the disgraced l.a. clippers' owner and herself. >> what's the biggest misconception about you? >> that i am a mistress -- >> plus the funniest man in america. to parenting pratt falls. >> you have become the chief parenting expert in the country right now. >> that's bad. >> there is no subject too sensitive or into personal. tonight the everyman's comic is back, and diane sawyer has the exclusive interview. >>> but first, the "nightline" 5 which starts right now. >> the name your price tool. you tell them how much you want to pay. they help you find a policy to fit your budget. i told you wear something comfortable. >> this is a polyester blend. >> help. >> i got you. >> so beautiful. >>> good evening. tonight, an abc news exclusive interview with v. stiviano, the woman at the center of the donald sterling controversy speaking out about the firestorm sparked by a taped conversation between her and the billionaire l.a. clippers' owner. in the face of the scandal she has been hiding behind a visor until now. she sat down with abc's barbara walters for the first time just a short while ago. >>
know the low rider ♪ i was born in east l.a. why can't we be friends why can't we be friends ♪ i have to stop singing, i got caught up. >> you and the audience. you look like you are having fun. >> we are having a ball. with the band, because we do stuff with them. it is really just the vitality of the show. tavis: i'm honored to have you both on the show. for those who don't know the story of how the two of you first got together, do you remember, first of all? >> kind of. he was the first mexican i had ever met. [laughter] tavis: how did you guys first connect? >> i was up in canada. >> he is canadian. >> i converted a family owned strip club into an improvisational acting theater. strip element.a >> cap the naked girls. customers didn't know that we were acting. [laughter] we had an acting ensemble. i had another partner named dave and another straight guy named rick. rick was a real actor and his wife didn't know, really, the situation. she thought he was working in a legitimate theater. then we hit the newspapers and she came down one night. he actually had to quit the show. >> h
to the team ang some and some of the players before they left for l.a. >> >> a farmer's market filled with a lot of chatter about the warriors. >> we are always bleeding gold and blue >> and the gold seemed to pop these days. certain fruits looked brighter, even newells paper stands. >> this afternoon, the warrior also one final shoot around before taking off to los angeles. >> it's all or nothing. >> >> reporter: they say they know the controversy surrounding donaldstering could give them a chance for people to pull forked clippers in game seven. it doesn't matter them. >> it doesn't matter, we will play against the clippers in game 7. it's going to be a lot of fun. that won't mean a thing. >> maybe people will look at it they have the extra advantage. it's game seven, whatever advantage that may be, it doesn't matter to us. >> golden state president rick welsh. >> >> reporter: no fear, no controversy, no problem. >> i think the warrior also play harder >>> that's the great attitude from rose carter. she lived in oakland for more than four decades. >> >> tonight, the warriors are in
of activation is already occurring in many other cities throughout the country. miami, detroit, l.a., seattle, portland, you can go around the country, and in some respects san francisco is playing catch-up to what is already going on in cities across the country. >> thank you, sir, your time is up. >> i support this legislation. thank you very much. >> good afternoon. commissioners, my name -- [speaker not understood] cootion for san francisco neighborhoods, land use commission. we had some discussion on this and there are some concerns. first of all, i do appreciate the attempt to activate, to make unused space -- unused open space usable for the public. my concerns are this. one is noticing. we asked for noticing to be somewhat similar to the planning department notice where if you are on the list of neighborhood organizations, that we get notices of plans of the meetings and it appears for this public plaza plan that is not the case and we would have to actively go to the dpw site and look for this, unless you live in the neighborhood. so robin and ken, i thereby agree that they w
that got him banned from basketball. >> good evening. we are financially hearing from l.a. clippers owner donald stivrmingt 80-year-old nba owner is breaking his silence now to a magazine about those taped comments that earned him a life time ban and may ultimately cost him his team. abc news reporter mary bruce has the story. >> he has been kicked out of the nba. slammed in the court of public opinion. and now he is finally speaking out. talking to this magazine about v stiviano the woman who recorded the infamous racist comment. he said i wished i paid her off. sterling not just fight to go hold on to the team. he's also fateing for his life. espn reporting the 80-year-old has prostate cancer for extended period of time. after week mired in controversy the players are ready to move on. >> we are past it. >> nba already banned him for life and fined 2.5 million $for his rant against african americans. now the league is taking steps to force a sale of the team. 10 member advisory panel agreeing to move forward as expeditiously as possible. clippers now the hottest ticket in town w
community than others. >> the leader of the l.a. naacp resigned under fire after planning to honor clippers owner donald sterling. does the civil rights organization really serve the folks? >>> caution, you're about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >>> hi, i'm laura ingram, in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. benghazi and americans' distrust of the government. that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as speaker john boehner finally announces a select committee to investigate benghazi. a recent fox poll shows 61% of americans think the administration has been in cover-up mode on the issue. it's pathetic handling of the attack that killed four americans, has bred more distrust and more cynicism in a pu public that needs good news. a new poll released this week shows half of the americans think the american dream is dying or is dead all together. we know rages are not keeping up with the cost of living incre e increases. we know good paying jobs are being replaced with low paying ones in the retail or service industry, and health care
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